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EVEN1NQ DULLETIN, HONOLULU. It. T., TUESDAY, DECEMBER 3. 1901.
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The Right 'Reverend Alfred Willis, which the church could not have re
Illshop ot Honolulu, opened the bixiti covered? How Is any church to ail
Diocesan Synod ot tho Anglican ' anco among tho heathen when they
Church In Hnwall for business with practice these things with Impunity
j.racr at 4:30 yesterday afternoon
Ihusu present were the tollowlng:
Clergy Bishop Aliroil Willis, Rev,
Cnnou V. II. Kltcat, itcv. Alexander
Mackintosh, Hcv. F. Fitz. Ilev. Kong
Yin Tct. Honolulu; Ilev. S. II. Davis.
Knua, Hawaii; Itcv. C. II. Tomklns,
Hnmnkun. Hawaii; Ilev. Canon Wm.
Ault. Walluku, Maul; Itcv. A. U. Wey
mouth, Itcv. 12. J. II. Van Dcerlln.
Laity E. Stiles, 8. Mcheula. 1"
W. Wood. I.leutcnnnt Commander C.
F. I'oud, T. Cllvo Davles, George Da
vies, E. Q. Keen, W. It. Castle Jr.,
F. J. Testa, George W. Hayscldcn, I..
Aceu, Chang Kim, Henry Smith, ex
officio treasurer Board of Trustees.
All that was done at this sitting was
tho election of synodlcal officers ami
For clerical secretary Itcv. Canon
Kltcat was elected unanimously hy
vote of the clergy, on the nomination
of Hcv. Wm. Ault.
For laity secretnry, T. Cllvo Davles
nominated W. It. Castle Jr., ami F.
J. Testa nominated S. Mcheula, tho
latter receiving a majority of .ntes
by a show of hands.
Tho Illshop appointed ns commutes
un expenses. Hev. Canon Kltcnt, W. It.
Castle Jr.. and L. Ascu; and unnnlsh
pd business, F. J. Testa and F. W.
Bishop Willis' Letter.
At the owning session tho Bishop
read his pastoral letter. In this ho
telerrcd to the occasion as being "tho
last time we will assemble under tho
tltlo of tho Anglican Church in Ha
waii." saying that "It brings us face
to race with a grave, responsibility.
His Lordship then went Into tho his
tory of the church slnco the last synod
two years ago, telling of tho churches
In various parts of the Islands. Ho
said It would not be surprising If the
charge made In tho memorial sent
from Honolulu to tho Houso of nisli
ops, that the church hero bad In real
ity taken a step backwards had been
true. Upon this allegation the memo
rial alone had been tramed and print
ed in tho Aihcrtlser September 7 last.
I lay some Blress," ho said, "upon
this denial of progress In this diocese
under its present administration. It
was framed with a vlow of Influencing
tho minds of tho members of the San
Francisco convention. Tho newspa
per said tho memorial had 400 signers
who poured out their lamentations o(
the lack of progress beforo the con
vention, but not ono of these had lift
ed his little linger or contributed ono
cent to avert ouch a catastropho or
give us tho means of maintaining our
"Tho memorial already referred to
arraigned this diocese and causes us
to make a searching inquiry of tho al
legations contained therein and the au
thority on which they arc made. It al
leges that tho church in these Islands
does not advance and that there Is
friction which Is an Impediment tu
progress. Tho cases of friction nro
not stated, but It Is Imp. led that the
responsibility for the friction Lcs with
the administration, for It Is Btated that
the friction will cease on the change
of the ecclesiastical authority admin
istering tho diocese. Now whilst on
tho ono hand friction may arise
through faults of tho administration,
on tho other hand this may bo ono of
the conditions whero progress would
bu impossible without It.
Two Names Mentioned.
"A pamphlet has been widely circu
lated throughout hngland and the
United States entitled 'Refutation ot
the Charge of Apostasy Made by tho
Bishop or Honolulu Against tho Hec
tor of Honolulu and tho Trustees oi
St. Clement's Chapel, Honolulu,' This
document Is full ot misstatements
and misrepresentations. We want no
one In the church who refuses to sub
mlt to its discipline. Who are they
who approached the convention In San
Francisco with the complaint? There
ate two names: Hev. J. Usborne and
that of the delcgato from SL Andrew's
Second Congregation. That memorial
was drawn by the 'Church Defence
and Extension Society.' That society
Is unknown to the synod. It was
created by Mr. Usborne, it might be,
for tho defence of his own actions. It
Is unnecessary to go Into tho history
of that society. At tho last synod a
committee was appointed to confer
and bring that congregation Into a
union with this church, but their
trustees declined to havo a conference.
For this refusal they entirely cut
themselves oft from tills church. No
Question of Mr. Usborno's soundness
of faith has ever been raised. You
havo tho position of tho prime mover
of tho memorial. He was tho causa
of the friction. The Second Congre
gation sent a delegate. What Is the
status of tho Second Congregation? I
havo no Indictment to mako against
that congregation, except that which
It has brought upon liself.
Gambling and Religion.
"On November 11th an utterance
was mado from, the judicial bench
hero, in which the juflgo stated tnat
ine violations oi uio gamunng law
ror wuici mo poor neainen were
, ZB nd he cfo'a o r Son'" n
passing sentence tho Court said
bcllovo a good many moro Ot tho same
kind would bo convicted If tho police.
went to tho church fair to bo held
next week.' Wo deeply regret that it
must bo confessed tnat this criticism
falls upon tho Anglican Church, which
ought to be tho first to uphold law and
plirliliiniieiiuaa I rnfoi- in Ihn dilll-pli
fair held by tho Second Congregation,
In which tho gambling law had been
openly transgressed. By the laws ot Hawaii Is held, to enable tho corpor
this Territory raffling Is as bad ns tho atlon to hold all this property for tho
gamo of die fa, for which tho Chinese
havo been haled beforo the courts. It
penly advertised beforehand
that this act of transgression would
bo committed, and not only raffling,
but a much moro serious offensa
against the laws would uo committed.
There was a foituno teller's booth at
tho fair! Fortune telling, by tho laws
of the Territory, Is punishable wltb
Imprisonment at hard labor! Supposo
this announcement nad been made
from tho bench In the uays ot Nero,
wllh tho nollco conniving, would it not
have been the signal for the persecu-
tlon of the Christians and otners from
A serious reproach lies upon this
church. I hone that no congregation
of ours will cer again mil under this
humiliating reproach, which touchoi
tho whole body.
"The Anglican Church was inwtcil
to this country by the King of Hawaii,
who commended the Book of Prayer ot
England to his people in a preface ol
remarkable power; but tho Anglican
Church has mado but little progress
among the Hawaiian people. Inose
who havo drifted from tho Congrcga
tlonallstlc body to which they original
ly belonged have drifted to the Roman
Catholics, to the gross materialism of
tho Mormons, or to a now Beet of their
He concluded with tho stntcmen.
that ho would propose two resolution
lor tho consideration of tho synod
which, being voted upon nnd accepted
by that body, would ratiry an agree
ments whereby the Anglican Church
here would be merged Into that of thj
American Church. Copies ot tho res
olutions were passed around, and read
aloud by the secretary. They arc ns
Whereas, by the Incorporation of
the Hawaiian Islands as a Territory
of the I'l.lted States of America, the
Jurisdiction of tho Protectant Eplscn
pit church, as the brancn of tho Audi
'un Communion, established in (lie
United States of Amerlci, extent's to
a" Members of that church resident In
the Hnwi'Mnii Iilands;
And whoroii the synod of the Angli
can Church In Hawaii did at Its km
RfIun, lr !) ember, 18')3, pledgii 't
j.'lf by - solution to take wha'-er
i.teps necessary fur bringing the church
In Haw-all Into union with the x,ld
ProUstant Episcopal Church on condi
tions stated In Its resolution.
And whereas the action taken by tbe
general convention of the Protestant
Episcopal Chinch assembled In Sin
rrnnclt-co in October lart Is In acconl
nms with those conditions.
And whereas the first step towirds
fmch union Is the adoption by the snv
od cf the rule of worship, doctrine and
discipline proUded In the book of
common prayer of tho Protestant
Episcopal Church In the United States
of America, It being provided In the
fundamental provisions of the Angli
can church In Hawaii that the diocesan
synod has power to make such altera
flon in the book of common prayer
and administration of the sacraments
nccordlng to the use of the Church of
England, as the circumstances of th
church may require In matters not af
And whereas no doctrine of the An
glican church is affected by any alter
ation In tho formularle ot the Church
of England, made by the Protestant
Episcopal Church In the United States
of America, it 'being stated in the
preface of said book, "This church Is
far from Intending to depart from the
Church of England in any essential
point of doctrine, discipline, or wor
ship, or further than local circum
stances require;" of the truth ot which
statement tho close Intcr-communlon
maintained between the Protestant
Episcopal Church In the United States
or America and the Church of England
from trio date ot its constitution In the
enr 1789, to the present time, bears
It Is hereby resolved that the words.
"Protestant Episcopal Church In tha
United States of America" be substl
tuted in line E of fundamental provl
Blond, section 1, and In lino 4, of section
2, for the words, "Church of England
nnd this resolution shall go Into effect
so soon as the necessary changes In the
charter of Incorporation have been
granted by the civil authority,
Whereas the Hawaiian Ulands have
been nnnexed to the United States of
America, and the diocesan synod did
at Its last session in November, 1899,
put on record Its readiness to take such
steps as might bo necessary for bring
ing the Church of Hawaii Into unlou
with the Protestant Episcopal Church
In tho United States of America as ths
branch of the Anglican communion es
tablished In tho United States, and
Whereas, this synod, by tho previous
resolution accepted the rule of worship,
doctrine, and discipline of the said
Resolved, That tho synod hereby ex
presses Its desire that tho church In
Hawaii should be received as a mis
sionary district of the Protestant
Episcopal Church, In accordance with
the resolutions adopted by tho Houso
of Bishops assembled In general Con
ventlon at San Francisco after recelv
lnB communlcatlon from tho Diahop
' Honolulu, and concurred In by th.
j . House of Deputies; and, further, prom-
llAa oltnn-lnnno tn Iia nnnslltniln- -1
lscs allegiance to the constitution and
canons of the sald.churcb;
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the civil authority of the Territory of
Hawaii of such amendments In the
! charter or incorporation, under which
the property of the Anglican Church In
purpoSa and use of the said church as
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a Beir-supportlng diocese or the Pro-
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ed States of America.
Rev. Canon Ault, In moving for ths
adoption of the first resolution already
referred to. sain: "Tins is tho natur-
ul order of events following annexa
tion, then of the resolution of the syn
od of 1899, nnd also of tho resolution
passed In San Francisco. It Is what
a great many church people have been
hoping and working for. It has got tu
come, and for my part, the sooner the
better. In my own sphere of work
(Maul) almost every one there Is nn
American, and they want an American
church and prayer book; quite right,
tco. Theic nro maty people, 1 sup
pose, watching and waiting to boh
what wo do, and I hopo that what wo
pass will ba passed unanimously. 1
Have told our brethren on the Main
lrnd that wo want the American
church nnd American prayer book, and
we havo got to show them by our ac
Uoiis that wo meant what wo said, and
I therefore movo tho adoption of uio
The motion was duty seconded, and
Synodsman F. J. Testa arose to
speak. "As a native ot this country, 1
leel aggrieved to see tno pastor of tno
parish I represent moving tho passago
of this icsolutlon. I feel sore, and am
moro so from what has happened
v.-nicli we can never recall tho annex
atlon of this country nnd on account
of my feeling aggrieved, I mako au
amendment that this resolution bo re
erred to a committee, as I want tlmt
to Investigate nnd study it.
T. Cllvo Davles said In reply: "The
matter of a change of this sort Is ono
which I fully appreciate. All of us
wno nave lived hero nearly all our
lives have always used tho prayer
books of the Church ot England, and
enly during my sojourn In the United
elates did l use the other prayer book.
Therefore the Idea of making tho
change must touch us deeply, but It
Is necessary for us to look Into this
question In a broad i.ght. I feel that
wo must not allow prejudices to como
between us and our duty to our
cmircn and the head of that cnurch
Our object hero ns Christians Is to
carry out to the best ot our ability His
command. I think It Is in consonanco
villi the view of ...o latot snod and
also of a desire of a largo number oi
our lcllow Christians hero that tha
American form of worship should fol
low the American flag."
Synoilsmau Testa was Immediately
on his feet, saying: "My main reason
lor making tho amendment was to glvu
the synod, and particularly the Hawaii
an members of tho same, further tlmo
In which to study tho resolution. I,
ror one, feel grieved at .his action, and
I think the action Is too sudden. 1
am speaking now personally of my
seir. I. havo been broiigm up in this
little country nocr been outside of
It and to take such sudden action
without further Investigation, I don't
reel that I can vote ror It, If given a
little time I may overcome It. I be
lieve we must take matters pertain
ing to the church in a broad light. Wo
must study tho effects of this resolu
tion. I sound tho keynote now that
this resolution will not meet with my
Bishop Willis snld theio was no wUh
on tho part of the synod to rush any
or these matters. Rov. Canon Ault
replied tersely and to tho point: "Why
should wo lay this matter over? It
1j not sudden. Wo havo been expect
ing this for years. It has got to como,
nnd before very long, so why should
we not pass upon It now?"
"Annexation, I suppose, had to
come," retorted Testa, "but It was
brought about and It Is hero; but
oven then 1 don't seo why tho rever
end pastor should want to forco this
resolution on tho synod. Ho seems
to be quite urgent."
Chang Kim tuen seconded the
amendment. Rev. Canon Kltcat said
the resolution should receive the hear
ty support of the Hawallans, and ha
thought tho other Hawaiian members
ot the synod present would express
their views so as to discover whether
Mr. TcHta was expressing his Individ
ual opinion or whether it represented
a disposition on tho part of the Ha
wallans. Henry Smith said ho had
ccmo prepared to voto on tho question
"Yes" or "No." He had had two
ycars'to consider tho matter. If -Testa
could point out to tho synod what
good would como from referring tho
resolution to a committee, wen and
good. There had been two years' dis
cussion. niiU It was tlmo to take action.
Lay Secretary Mcheula said the
passage of tho resolution merely
meant tho ratification of the actions
previously taken. Tho convention
had passed tho resolution taklnir In
tho Anglican to tho American church,
nnd tho synod was only expressing
us appreciation or tno Anglican com
munity becoming an Integral jart ol
tho American church.
Geoige Davles thought tho synod
wns having its tlmo wasted by com
paling the two prayer books. Unless
tho resolutions woro passed It would
mean to tho American church thai
the Anglican church hero Intended to
tise a different prayer book. If a union
with tho American church was oppos
ed, It would bo on a par with oppos
ing annexation, or simply continuing
an anomalous position Tho Bishop
had made pledges and the resolution
should therefore bo passed.
uommanuer rond. u, S. N.. said
cnurch wns tho sister church of that
of England, and tho Americans. I
know, love to snehk or tho Knellsh
church as tho mother church." (Ap
plause.) Testa gained the floor aealn. "Ar
far as I am personally concerned, I
P"""01 ,""'in. "" to this time, as
'" 1,u .ohn.nK0. ' ."! f?.rra . nf .
praver bonk. I don't know nnvthlne
about It. It Is something I hnvo novnr
ser-n. nnd that Is why I ottered this
amendment. It mv church brother
has hnd tho conception to see it. why
lins "nt trip tipnt n' pin. I nm at a
loss, ir tho Reverend Mr Ault ban
road tho American nraver hook, then
bo hn io tho bpit nf his nurlshlon
era. I would liko to bo moro cautious
nnd I don't Ilk to mv nsstor trv
to rMrnid thU renfnlnn thrnneh. Ho
Is trying to bring In Home Rule poll-
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th s hero. I like to go slow and study
the matter carefully. If my pastor
wlslies to forco it through, I will not
vote for tho motion. I don't liko to uo
thought of as trying to block prog
ress. That Is not In my sphere. It
would glvo us a little more show tu
tho transition period. It neer came
Into my thoughts at all until I becamo
a member of this synod.
Mr. Mcheula said too much stress
i as being laid on tho prayer book si do
of the matter. That was not tho real
question at stake, so mucii as the In
corporation of the Angltcnn church In
Hawaii in the American. Tho detallt
could be arranged Inter.
Rev. Mr. Ault held a whispered con
versation with Mr. Testn. and then an
nouni.ed taht he would agree to defer
voting upon the resolution until today
It Mr. Testa would agree to withdraw
his amendment, to which Mr. Testa
Tho second resolution proposed
could not bo voted upon, as it Involved
the passage ot tho first resolution, and
an adjournment was therefore taken
urn., 7:30 this evening.
REPUBLICANS RESCIND BY UN
ANIMOUS VOTE OBJECTION.
(Continued from page 3.)
Resolved, That a letter on behalf ol
through the National Committee, re
questing the President to give this
committee an opportunity to be heard
In the event ot n resignation by tb
Governor, or In the event of a vacancy
In any other office In the Territory.
The motion to lay on the 'fable waa
lost by a vote ot 13 to 11. Mr. Wright
ot the Public Works Department then
tlopped when a motion to adjourn waa
made by Mr. Cooke and 'seconded by
Mr. Renton, and voted for adjournment
until 7:30 o'clock this evening, the vote
standing 13 to 11 In favor thereof. Mr.
Wright had been given the proxy of
Col. Jones when this member left
early In the meeting. Judge Kepolkal
was another who left at the same tlmit
as Col. Jones. He left his proxy In
Col. Fisher's bands.
Chicago. Nov. 23. Tho United
States will bu given practically all tho
credit for tho greatness ot modern Ja
pan, anil Commodore Perry will b
lauded as tho country's liberator In
an official history of tho empire about
to bo written by Dr. G. Mltsukurl, of
the University of Japan, at Toklo. Dr.
Mltsukurl, who Is In Chicago on his
v ay home from Europe, was delegated
by the educational department ot his
Government to study tho histories ot
European nations In order that he
might acquire the best methods for
tho compilation ot the annals of bis
country. He has pent two years on
tbeso studies In the Universities of
Berlin and Perls.
"Writing the history, it will be my
purpose to accord to the United States
full credit for tho regeneration of Ja
pan." said Dr. Mltsukurl. "This coun
try was our source of Inspiration and
our protection In our tlmo of trial and
tribulation our rescuo from the stato
of seml-clvilizatlon winch was suc
ceeded In the latter half of the cen
tury Just closed by tho progressiva
Government we now have.
"Your great commodore, Matthow
(3. Perry, when ho sailed Into tho bay
of Yedilo, In tho month or February,
1851, becamo our llhoraior. Wo havo
erected a statue to his memory, but
his fame shall bo preserve.'i In a man
tier more enduring than stono or brass.
The future students of our history
shall know him for what he was. Hh
sought only Justice fur Ills country
when tho greatest opportunity for tho
working out of sinister designs on our
nations presented themselves."
CO-EDS WERE MAD
Seattle. Wash.. Nov, 18. llecauso
President Graves of tho University of
Washington wandered through the
pretty co-eds' rooms to see If thero
was any truth in tho report that they
were not tidy, there Is a hot old tlmo
on In tho big educational institution.
It is said that the president compared
somo ot tho rooms to pig pens, and
berated tho nloco ot Major Robinson,
United States Quartermaster, until
she dropped to tho floor weeping.
Tho girls held an Indignation meet
ing, at which President Graves was
present without Invitation. Ho waa
accorded scant courtesy, and Miss
Gardiner and Miss Dodson, upper
class women, told him In plain lan
guage what tbey thought of him.
Tho climax camo when fifty girls,
armed with brooniB and dishpans, cir
cled tho university buildings three
times, and, halting under President
Graves' window, sang a song to tho
tuno of "Wo'vo Got a Pig In the Par
lor." Tho trouble originated over a
fight concerning tho Janltorshlp.
The Evening Bulletin. 76 cents per
Agents, Broker, and Jobbers,
H. P. BALDWIN PrMtdmt
J. B. CASTLE 1st Vice Prealdmt
W. M. ALEXANDER.... 2nd Vice PrM
J. P. COOKE Tretmm
W. O. SMITH Secretary
GEO. R. CARTER Andltot
Sugar Factors and
Hawaiian Commercial ft Sngax Oa
Haiku Sugar Company.
Pala Plantation Company.
Nahlku Sugar Company.
Klnel Plantation Company.
Hawaiian Sugar Company.
Kahulul Railroad Company.
Tie Califwih frkiUI S. S. Ct,
W.G. Irwin &8o
Western Sugar Refinery Company el
Baldwin Locomotive Work ot Phila
delphia, Pa., U. S. A.
Newell Universal Mill Co. (National
Cano Shredder), Now York, U. 8. A.
N. Ohlandt ft Co.'a Chemical Fertil
Alex. Cross & Sons' high-grade FertU-
licrs for Cane and Coffee.
Reed's Steam Pipe Covering.
ALSO OFFER FOR SALE:
ParafTIno Paint Co.'a P. & B. Paints aal
Papers; Lucol and Linseed Oils,
raw and boiled.
Indurlne (a cold-water paint), In whit
Filter Press Cloths, Cement, Lime aal
CASTLE & COOKB
The Ewa Plantation Co.
The Waialua Agricultural Co., Ltd.
The Kohala Sugar Co.
The Walamca Sugar Mill Co.
The Fulton Iron Works, St Lonls, K.
The Standard OH Co.
The Geo. F. Blake Steam Pumps.
The New England Life Insurance O.
The Etna Fire Ins. Co. of HarUori,
The Alliance Assurance Co. ot London.
LIFK and KIKE
Hew England Mutual Lifb In
surance Co. of Boston.
tna Fire Insurance Cohpant
Wm. G. Irwin & Co.
Wm. O. Irwin. .President and Manager
Claus Spreckels Vice President
W. M. Glffard.. Second Vice President
H. M. Wnltney, Jr....Treas. and See.
Geo. J. Ross Audltof
AGENTS OF THE
Oceanic Steamship Co.
OF SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. -
Queen Street, Honolulu, T. H.
Hawaiian Agricultural Co., Ookala
Sugar Plant, Co., Onomea Sugar Co.,
Honomu Sugar Co., Walluku Sugar Co.,
Makee Cugar Co., Haleakala Ranch Co.,
The Planters' Line of San Francisco,
Packet; Chas. Berwer ft Co.'a Line ol
LIST OF OFFICERS.
O. M. Cooke, President; Oeorce
Robertson, Manager; E. F. Bishop,
Treasurer and Secretary; Col. W. .
Allen, Auditor; P. C. Jones, H. Wa
terbouse and Geo. R. Carter, Directors.
TtieVon Hamm-YoiiD Co. LtC
QUEBN ST., HONOLULU
The Lancashire insurance Co,
The Balolse Insurance Co,
Union Gas Engine Co.
Domestic Sewing Machine, BXe.
Pensylvania Fire Insurance
LOnipany, Chos. T. Wilder,
General Manager ot
THE EQUITABLE LIFE
Of the United States for the Ha-
(office, : Merchant St. : Honolata.